My “Thinking About” in the “Harbor Review” Magazine The American Magazine “Harbor Review” starts its 2020 year with the New Issue#4 where you can find my art work “Thinking About” on its first page. They publish two issues a year in winter and summer. The magazine is interested in work that shocks and inspires. It is interested in strange and beautiful language, image, and metaphor and is committed to giving diverse voices a home.Wish them a successful New Year and many many new readers! I will end this post with JAM KRAPRAYOON’s beautiful poem called “Human Nature” which stands right… Read More »My “Thinking About” in the “Harbor Review” Magazine
These kind words came from the Official Facebook Page of U.S. Embassy in Sofia in connection with my participation in the exhibition “Arabesque: Contemporary Conversations” in the Albin Polasek Museum and Gardens, Florida.Read More »Thank you U.S. Embassy in Sofia for your publication on your Facebook Official Page
They crave more than simply an artwork; they want the artist
Art has the ability to affect mood, a moment. I believe that frequently contemplating or listening to art infused with positive messaging and energy has a beneficial impact on people’s nature, says artist Radosveta Zhelyazkova in an interview to BTA.
If I were born and worked as a painter XVI and XVII-Century Europe, I would probably be accused in witchcraft and magic
Reality, memories and imagination are source for ideas, feelings and emotions that are explored on an unconscious level and transferred on the canvas: a dreamer with a brush. Most people call this process “inspiration”.
The emotional way of my painting process can especially be noticed in my portraits paintings.
Vibrancy is one of the main characteristics of my artworks and my method to not only meet tension and dynamics but rhythm and pulse in my art as well.
Read More »Vibrancy is one of the main characteristics of my artworks
I was fortunate to receive my art education in two different Academies: Art Academy “Riaci” in Florence and The National Art Academy in Sofia
“…I can say that my formal training is solid. I was fortunate to receive my art education in two different Academies: Art Academy “Riaci” in Florence and The National Art Academy in Sofia.
Read More »I was fortunate to receive my art education in two different Academies: Art Academy “Riaci” in Florence and The National Art Academy in Sofia
I was interviewed by the Peripheral ARTeries Art Review for the Biennial Special Edition in 2019
GDPR vs CCPA Compliance, All in One Place
In our last blog post about CCPA, we went into the details of California’s comprehensive privacy law, more formally known as the California Consumer Privacy Act. Coming into effect January 1, 2020, the new privacy law pertain to companies that collect data from California residents, regardless of the location of the company – both within the United States and globally.
I received these kind words from the Biennial Edition of Peripheral ARTeries in my e-mail box. Thank you!
“We have been very impressed with your artistic production and we are glad to inform you that Nile, the Russian, Me, Myself and I and Stop! Domestic Violencehave been selected for publication in the next Special edition of PeripheralARTeries Art Review.
“Me, Myself and I” was published on the pages of “WotisArt? Magazine” and “Average Art”
Thank you dear buyer for this amazing 5-star review on my art work “Wizard of Oz”
on my Artfinder shop! I am glad you enjoy “My Art for Kids“!